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Synonyms for deferral

the act of putting off or the condition of being put off

Synonyms for deferral

a state of abeyance or suspended business

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act of putting off to a future time

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--Large deferred expenses related to potential recovery of fire-related liabilities or disallowance of future recoveries by the CPUC or other factors causing FFO-adjusted leverage to decline below 4.5x would likely result in adverse credit rating actions by Fitch for PCG and PG&E.
In a report released last September, OFHEO charged, among other things, that Fannie Mae employed an improper "cookie jar" reserve in accounting for amortization of deferred price adjustments; deferred expenses to achieve bonus compensation targets; and maintained a corporate culture that emphasized stable earnings at the expense of accurate financial disclosures.
The IRS also stated that "deferred expenses" must be allocated to "deferred income." No reduction of foreign corporation's earnings and profits for U.S.
Large deferred expenses related to potential recovery of fire-related liabilities or disallowance of future recoveries by the CA Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) or other factors causing FFO-adjusted leverage to increase above 4.5x would likely result in adverse credit rating actions for PG&E.
-Large deferred expenses related to potential recovery of fire-related liabilities or disallowance of future recoveries by CPUC or other factors could drive future adverse credit rating actions by Fitch.
195 provides that, at a taxpayer's election, start-up expenditures (excluding interest, taxes or research and development expenditures) may be treated as deferred expenses amortizable over no less than 60 months from the date the taxpayer's trade or business begins.